A genuine saline therapy is a strong stimulus. Prior to use, get familiar with the indications and contraindications.
a) rheumatic illnesses:
– rheumatoid arthritis
– ankylosing spondylitis
– degeneration of spine and joints
– rheumatoid inflammation of muscles and tendons
– nerve root inflammation
b) post-traumatic disorders of the motor system during convalescence
c) metabolic diseases:
– gouty arthritis
– in preventing hypothyroidism
d) gynaecological illnesses:
– chronic adnexal inflammation
e) dermatological illnesses as auxiliary therapy:
– chronic eczema,
f) illnesses of the vascular system:
– disorders of the peripheral perfusion of the limbs
g) illnesses of the respiratory system:
– chronic illnesses of the respiratory system and collateral nasal sinuses
As with regular warm water baths, salt baths cannot be used in every case, as sometimes, due to
the general condition of the system, it is not advisable to expose the body to strong stimuli.
In particular – acute inflammatory conditions, cardiovascular insufficiency, disorders of the
coronary vessels and organic heart diseases, malignant neoplastic diseases, active tuberculosis, hypertension and psychopathy.
It is not advised to inhale saline solution vapours, while suffering from acute respiratory
disorders and hyperthyroidism.